Textures of Love

18″ x 18″ Acrylic on canvas

This painting took a long time to complete, I was going for texture, and that is exactly what I ended up with. I was also trying to do something different, out of my normal style. I do have a few other paintings with a similar cubist look, but this is certainly unique, so I am happy with that!

I think this would make a lovely Valentine’s Day gift! If you are interested, or if you know someone who might be, please share and contact me for more details!

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Detailed view
Not the best lighting, but you can see what it looks like from a distance!

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  1. If only people knew where they could buy it. Yes I told myself not to say anything. Are you aware that a “do you want to subscribe” message pops up every time? A wise man once said give a girl a paintbrush and she is amused for a day, give her a place to sell her paintings and she can buy a mansion and a yacht. Or more canvas and paint…

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    1. I had a feeling you might give me a hard time about not having a buy button! Thanks for letting me know about the subscribe button, it is only supposed to appear once. I am always researching better ways to sell, marketing is a full-time job in this business, and I wouldn’t mind a yacht or a mansion, but yeah, food and electricity I am fond of too!

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          1. Ahhhahaha, yes! I tend to go my stuff by eye too; and does sometimes yield some nightly graceful curves, lol! And definitely need to let things dry. My acrylic work dries pretty quickly, but I’ve a water soluble oil on the balcony last few days that won’t be dry for days and days. But looks like w/your piece it really paid off!

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